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OLDER THAN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN: DISCOVERY OF A FRESH-WATER MICROCERBERUS (ISOPODA) IN NORTH AMERICA AND ERECTION OF COXICERBERUS, NEW GENUS

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ABSTRACT The first fresh-water microcerberid isopod (Isopoda: Asellota) from the United States is reported from wells in South Carolina (Microcerberus carolinensis, new species). The closest relatives occur in southeastern Europe and belong to a distinct fresh-water clade with triramous pleopod 4 (genus Microcerberus sensu stricto), a group which must be older than the Atlantic Ocean. Reconstructed evolution of morphology indicates that the fresh-water microcerberids are the more primitive ones. For the more derived coastal mesopsammal species, the new genus Coxicerberus is proposed.

10.1163/193724095X00136
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2017-08-19

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